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Born Co. Tyrone, Married & Died in South Australia 1850-1928
Personal notices relating to Co. Tyrone emigrants to South Australia, extracted from the LONDONDERRY SENTINEL, THE REGISTER, SOUTH AUSTRALIAN REGISTER & ADELAIDE ADVERTISER

Transcribed by Len Swindley
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January 25 1850

Married on the 24th January, by special licence, at Trinity Church, Adelaide, by the Very Rev. Dean Farrell, Thomas Wilkinson, Esq., late of Naas, County Kildare, Ireland, to MISS ELLEN HENRY, late of Dungrass, County Tyrone, Ireland (South Australian Register)

September 2 1853

Married on the 3rd of February last, at Adelaide, Australia, MISS LEE, niece of WILLIAM FRECKLETON, ESQ., Newport Trench, county Tyrone, to Henry T. Morris, Esq., nephew to G.A. Stephens, Esq., barrister at law (Londonderry Sentinel)

April 5 1855

Married on the 3rd inst., at the Wesleyan Chapel, Pirie Street, Adelaide, by the Rev. Thomas Williams, ROBERT N. GAULT, ESQ., fifth son of ROBERT GAULT, ESQ., merchant, Trillick, County Tyrone, Ireland, to Charlotte, eldest daughter of H. W. Perryman, Esq., City Surveyor (South Australian Register)

January 25 1856

Married on the 23rd instant at the Chain of Ponds, by licence, by the Rev. W. R. Squibb, Mr. Joseph Dunning, to ISABELLA BEATTY, second daughter of MR. JAMES BEATTY, of Crosh, county of Tyrone, Ireland (South Australian Register)

October 24 1856

Married on the 14th inst., at Fair View Farm, by the Rev. Robert Haining, Mr. John Marrett, of Altamira Farm, Upper Dry Creek, to MISS MARTHA LIGGETT, third daughter of MR. JOSEPH LIGGETT, Derrycreevy, County Tyrone, Ireland (South Australian Register)


May 13 1857

Died on the 12th instant at North Adelaide, MR. SAMUEL SCOTT, aged 27 years, second son of MR. JOHN SCOTT, of Drumclamph, County Tyrone, Ireland. His end was peace (South Australian Register)


September 9 1857

Married on the 7th inst., by special licence, at the dwelling house of Mr. H. C. Hick, of Mount Torrens, by Mr. T. E. Keen, Bible Christian minister, Mr. E. Reddaway to MISS M. E. SMITH, daughter of MR. JOHN SMITH, of Tully, County Tyrone, Ireland (South Australian Register)

August 7 1858

Married on Wednesday, the 4th instant, at Salisbury, by the Rev. Mr. Boake, Arthur Russell, formerly of Wiltshire, England, to MARGARET, eldest daughter of JOSEPH LIGGETT, Fair River, Dry Creek, formerly of County Tyrone, Ireland (South Australian Register)

November 26 1858

Married August 4, at Salisbury, South Australia, Mr. Arthur Russell, formerly of Wiltshire, to MARGARET, eldest daughter of MR. J. LIGGET, formerly of Tyrone (Londonderry Sentinel)

December 23 1859

Died October 1, at 2, Little Church Street, Melbourne, JOHN HENRY a native of Adelaide, aged five years and a half, youngest son of MR. JOHN MASON, late of Stewartstown, county Tyrone (Londonderry Sentinel)

November 26 1861

Married on the 24th October, at the Wesleyan Chapel, North Adelaide, by the Rev. Thomas Lloyd, MR. WILLIAM VERNER, of Port Gawler, to MISS CATHERINE FOX, of North Adelaide, and both late of County Tyrone, Ireland (South Australian Register)

September 25 1861

Died on the 22nd September, at the residence of her brother, MR. THOMAS MacGORERRY, wheelwright and blacksmith, Currie Street, Adelaide, CATHERINE MacGORERRY, late of Cookstown, County Tyrone, Ireland, aged 40 years (South Australian Register)


August 19 1862

Died on the 16th June, at his residence, Drumclamph, County Tyrone, Ireland, JOHN SCOTT, ESQ., aged 72 years, father of MR. WILLIAM SCOTT, of the firm of Gault & Scott, drapers, Adelaide (South Australian Register)

April 2 1864

Died on the 28th March, at Alma Plains, from breaking a blood-vessel, JAMES, eldest son of WILLIAM and ISABELLA GALASPY RODGERS of Omagh, County Tyrone, Ireland, aged 26 years. His end was peace (South Australian Register)

October 13 1865

Died on the 14th August at Drumclamph, County Tyrone, Ireland, REBECCA, youngest daughter of the late MR. JOHN SCOTT and sister to MR. WILLIAM. SCOTT, of the firm of Gault & Scott, Adelaide, aged 22 years (South Australian Register)

August 1 1866

Married on the 27th July, at the Bible Christian Chapel, Chain of Ponds, by licence, by the Rev. J. Rock, THOMAS, eldest son of MR. JOHN ALLEN, formerly of Flatfield, County of Tyrone, Ireland, to Blanche, youngest daughter of the late Mr. James Cock, of Strathalbyn (South Australian Register)

February 4 1871

Married on the 1st February, at the residence of the bride's parents, by Mr. H. S. Earl, M.A., SAMUEL, second son of the late ROBERT WILSON, ESQ., Benburb, County Tyrone, Ireland, to Mary, third daughter of Henry Warren, Esq., Two Wells, Port Gawler (South Australian Register)


November 20 1871

Married on the 14th November, at the residence of the bride's parents, by Mr. Colbourn, Christian minister, Hindmarsh, ROBERT, eldest son of the late ROBERT McCRACKEN, ESQ., of Benburb, County Tyrone, Ireland, to Ann Eliza, youngest daughter of Henry Warren, Esq., Two Wells (South Australian Register)

May 27 1872

Died on the 15th May, at Port Gawler, of apoplexy, JOHN VERNER, late of County Tyrone, Ireland, aged 66 years, a resident in Port Gawler for the last 14 years. Deeply regretted by a large circle of friends (South Australian Register)

October 7 1876

Married on the 10th August, at the Presbyterian Church, Flinders Street, Adelaide, by special licence, by the Rev. J. Lyall, Archibald Rutherford McKeon, to CATHERINE JORDAN, of Cookstown, County Tyrone, Ireland (South Australian Register)

April 18 1878

Died at Blinman, JOHN MARSHALL aged 32, a native of County Tyrone, North of Ireland (South Australian Register)

November 15 1879

Married on the 12th November, at St. Augustine's, Port Victor, by the Rev. E. T. Howell, M.A., W. G. McCULLAGH, A.B., Stipendiary Magistrate, son of the late JAMES McCULLAGH, the Hill Strabane, County Tyrone, Ireland, to Emily, eldest daughter of Henry Hodgson, J.P., Bank of South Australia, Port Victor (South Australian Register)


March 12 1880

Died on the 1st January, at Omagh, Tyrone, Ireland, JOHN MOHAN, the beloved father of JOHN HENRY MOHAN, of Payneham, aged about 50. He leaves a wife and large family to deplore his early loss. May he rest in peace (South Australian Register)

May 20 1880

Married on the 16th May, at St. Peter and Paul's, Gawler, by the Rev. Father Anselm Fox, O.S.B., PATRICK, youngest son of MR. THOMAS CULLEN, Drumbearn, County Tyrone, Ireland, to Mary, only daughter of Mr. Michael McNamara, near Freeling. Queensland papers please copy (South Australian Register)

September 23 1884

Married on the 17th September, in the Wesleyan Church, Kapunda, by the father of the bride, SAMUEL CORRY, of Adelaide, third son of MR. SAMUEL CORRY, County Tyrone, Ireland, to Annie Maria, eldest daughter of the Rev. Thomas Lloyd, Kapunda (South Australian Register)

November 12 1885

Married on the 9th November at the Bible Christian Church, Port Augusta, by Rev. J. Hancock, William, third son of Mr. John Symons, to ELIZABETH (BESSIE), youngest daughter of MR. SAMUEL DILL MATHEWS, Lisnagir House, Omagh, county Tyrone, Ireland. Irish papers please copy (South Australian Register)

July 5 1888

Married on the 20th June, at All Saints', Hindmarsh, by the Rev. H. M. Pollitt, Robert, son of the late Abraham Colles Harrison, Minvaud, County Carlow, to ELIZABETH, daughter of the late JAMES MACKAY, County Tyrone, Ireland (South Australian Register)

November 26 1888

Died on the 10th November, at Hindmarsh, ELIZABETH (BESSIE), dearly beloved wife of W. Symons, Port Augusta, and youngest daughter of S. D. MATHEWS. ESQ., Lisnagir, Omagh, Tyrone, Ireland, aged 24 years (South Australian Register)

March 4 1889

Died on the 12th February, at Rhynia, JAMES DONALD, late of Tyrone, Ireland, aged 67 years. Arrived in the colony 1844. Greatly respected by all who knew him. Irish papers please copy (South Australian Register)


September 11 1889

Died on the 18th August, at Karratta, Kangaroo Island, suddenly, H. Y. A. HARPUR, second son of THOMAS HENRY HARPUR, of Lime Park, County Tyrone, Ireland, late of Cecil Hills, New South Wales, aged 58 years (South Australian Register)

May 22 1890

Married on the 8th May at the residence of J. McKirdy, Esq., West Adelaide, by Rev. J. C. Hill, Arthur H. Gault, M.B. (Lond.), of Lower Mitcham, to MARY E., daughter of JOHN SCOTT, ESQ., Drumclamph, Tyrone, Ireland (South Australian Register)

September 30 1890

Married on the 1st September, at the residence of the bride's father, by the Rev. John Goodwin, JEREMIAH E., third son of MR. A. E. ROBINSON, Young Street, Parkside, and the late JOHN ROBINSON, Omagh, County Tyrone, Ireland, to Elizabeth Emma (Bessie), only daughter of David Floyd, Ella Street, Parkside (Adelaide Advertiser)


May 28 1892

Died on the 27th May, at her residence, Waymouth Street, after a long illness, MARY, relict of the late PATRICK DONAGHEY, aged 48 years, and eldest daughter of the late ARTHUR McENHILL, County Tyrone, Ireland. RIP. (Adelaide Advertiser)


June 21 1893

Died on the 12th June, at Dowlingville, REBECCA, dearly beloved wife of MICHAEL TEE and eldest daughter of the REV. ROBERT WILSON, Kieldrom, County of Tyrone, Ireland, in her 70th year. Asleep with Jesus (South Australian Register)

March 20 1895

Married on 21st February, at West Terrace by the Rev. F. Hurley, John, second son of J. Dailey, to SUSAN, fifth daughter of HUGH McGURK, County Tyrone, Ireland (Adelaide Advertiser)


January 21 1896

Died o the 30th December 1895, at Palmer, STEWART, relict of the late MARY ANNA LOVE, in his 50th year. A colonist of thirty-six years; formerly of the County Tyrone, Ireland (South Australian Register)

August 8 1906

SILVER WEDDING: HOLLYWOOD-McGEARTY. Married on the 8th August, 1881, at St. Patrick's Catholic Church, West Terrace, by the Rev. Father J. Roper, assisted by Rev. Father Gandolfi, PETER, youngest son of the late SIMON HOLLYWOOD, County Tyrone, Ireland, to Annie, eldest daughter of the late John McGearty, Killinagher, County Cavan, Ireland. Present address, Nairne Terrace, Forestville (Adelaide Advertiser)


March 21 1911

Died on the 6th March, at Church Street, Port Adelaide, HENRY ANACLETUS, the youngest son of the late JAMES MASON and grandson of the late DR. HENRY MASON, of county Tyrone, Ireland, in his 27th year. R.I.P. Melbourne papers please copy (Adelaide Advertiser)


August 6 1914

Died on the 5th August, at his residence, Angas Street, ARCHIBALD ALEXANDER HAMILTON, B.A., M.B., dearly beloved husband of ANNIE ELIZABETH HAMILTON, and third son of the late THOMAS HAMILTON, of The Grange, Tyrone, Ireland, aged 58 years (Adelaide Advertiser)


September 1 1915

SILVER WEDDING: ROBINSON-FLOYD.-On the 1st September, 1890 at the residence of the bride's father, by the Rev. John Goodwin, J. EMLYN, third son of MRS. A.E. ROBINSON, Young Street, Parkside and the late JOHN ROBINSON, Omagh, Co. Tyrone, Ireland, to Elizabeth Emma (Bessie) only daughter of David and Emma Floyd. Present address: Robinson, Anglo Avenue. Parkside (The Register)

May 31 1924

Married on the 12th April, at Methodist Church, Brighton, by the Rev G. H. Pemberton, ANDREW THOMPSON, late 27th Battalion, A.I.F., third son of the late MR. and MRS. WILLIAM THOMPSON, Co. Tyrone, Ireland, to Edith Sylina (Sylina), second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Tilbrook, Brighton. Present address Landsdowne Terrace, South Walkerville (Adelaide Advertiser)


September 24 1926

Died at his residence, 10 Port Road, Hindmarsh, on Thursday, 23rd September, JOHN JOSEPH, born at County Tyrone, Ireland, beloved husband of the late CATHERINE TAGGART, leaving two sons, four daughters, 24 grandchildren, and three great-grandchildren. Requiescat in pace. Aged 70 years (The Register)

February 28 1927

Married on the 7th January, 1927, at St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Unley, by. the Rev. W. Floyd Shannon, O.B.E., B.A., Robert Kinnier, M.B., Ch.B., second son of Mr. Charles Duguid, M.A., Saltcoats, Scotland, and the late Mrs. Duguid, to MARY REBECCA, youngest daughter of MR. and MRS. THOMAS ROBINSON, Bridge House, Newtownstewart, Co Tyrone, Ireland. At home, 182 Wattle Street, New Parkside, on 3rd and 4th March (The Register)

May 3 1928

Married on the 10th April, 1878, at the Wesleyan parsonage, Beulah Road, Norwood, by the Rev. J. C. Knight, Tom Hixon, eldest son of the late Henry Hixon, of Goodwood, Andover, England, to MARY, third daughter of the late JOHN CROZIER, County Tyrone, Ireland. Present address: Largs Bay (The Register)




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